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  1. Question changing linux coding to C

    Hello , I have got a question .... I have a program written in LINUX C coding, Im an amatuer, so I donno exactly HOW CAN I CHANGE THAT CODING TO...

    Started by payam_abedsalimi, 12-09-2007
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  2. command line arg

    in a shell script if i have a string eg: "how are you" how do i pass it to the c program command line arguments such as argv="how are you"....hhow to...

    Started by robinsonvpanicker, 12-10-2007
    • Replies: 2
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  3. pthreads : thread time vs. process time

    Reading up the man pages about pthreads, I gather that up until Linux kernel version 2.6.9, the NPTL implementation of pthreads had a "bug" which I...

    Started by Sleeping, 08-20-2007
    • Replies: 3
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  4. Perl programming on SuSE10.1 and Red Hat 7

    How do I get Perl interpreter running on SuSE 10.1 and Red Hat 7? I already do so on the other (98) side.

    Started by Kintail, 12-10-2007
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  5. command line graphics

    Hi all, I wish to create a program, along with GUI using C++, but as this is goign to be the only program used on a PC I do not want to have to...

    Started by metricben, 12-09-2007
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  6. Size of array in case of multiple declaration of array of higher size in C

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- As per your suggestion the following program work #include...

    Started by gopalpathak, 12-10-2007
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  7. trying to teach myself programming

    Well, I was thinking about learning some programming so I would understand more of the instruction in the forums. I looked at the learn perl in 10...

    Started by tomeriker, 12-08-2007
    • Replies: 7
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  8. Question Bash or Perl?

    Hello, I want to learn a sripting language, but I don't know which one is best for me. I want to use it for simple house keeping tasks on my...

    Started by Daan, 12-09-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  9. Question BASH: FOR control with two variables?

    I'm trying to write a script which loops copying dual files to another directory but (even having RTFM) I can't find a way to do it. There doesn't...

    Started by fopetesl, 12-07-2007
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  10. How to kill all threads (except the main one)

    Assume we use some library which creates threads inside. We don't know the number of threads and what they are doing. BUT we would like to...

    Started by amiga, 12-08-2007
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  11. compiling and running java applications

    hey..so i downloaded jdk 1.5 on my kubuntu..now i compile and run java apps normally on this OS simulator called OSP2..anyway its manual says that i...

    Started by mazazino, 12-08-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  12. Make script run while user is not logged on

    I've created a script which does some monitoring and sends e-mails when various conditions are met. Trouble is it only seems to work while I am...

    Started by stokes, 12-06-2007
    • Replies: 4
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  13. Why doesn't my backup script work with cron?

    Alright, I have this script, and it works pretty well if I execute it from the terminal. However, it seems that cron has an inability to correctly...

    Started by Agent-X, 12-05-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  14. finding out last version with bash

    Hi all , i have the following situation, a directory contains something like : linux v1r0p2 linux v3r7p2 linux v4r6p9 and so on, i want to...

    Started by aliov, 12-04-2007
    • Replies: 6
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  15. segmentation fault

    hi, i m getting segmentation fault on the 25th line could any one help me with it #!/bin/sh -f dir=$(date +%d-%m-%y) echo $dir Y=$(find ./$dir...

    Started by robinsonvpanicker, 12-07-2007
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  16. pci_map_sg

    In my driver the inclusion of the function pci_map_sg compiles fine but prevents my driver from loading. I get the error message "unknown module...

    Started by SI_TW, 12-07-2007
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  17. account program

    i was wondering if any of you had ever writen a acounts program before that will work out your tax decutions from your net income to give you the...

    Started by oxtail75, 12-07-2007
    • Replies: 5
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  18. c programming

    hi, how to compile c pragram in ubuntu. is it need any compiler or application. help me briefly .. new to c program

    Started by dsuresh, 12-05-2007
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  19. EXECVE problem

    i have three c programs eg : use.c client.c and card.c.........in which i have included client.c as a header to use.c, the client.c has a 2...

    Started by robinsonvpanicker, 12-07-2007
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  20. Signal Handler for Child Process Only.

    Can someone tell me if I am doing this in a 'proper' way. I think it's sort of a hack. I am writing a simple shell and I start a signal handler...

    Started by likwid, 11-29-2007
    • Replies: 7
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